Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists

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The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists is the premier public resource on scientific and technological developments that impact global security. Founded by Manhattan Project Scientists, the Bulletin's iconic "Doomsday Clock" stimulates solutions for a safer world.
  

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Contents

Scientists defend themselves on loyalty charges
2
Edward Uhler Condon; 1902-1974, Linus C. Pauling; 1901-1994, United States Congress House Committee on Un-American Activities
Bulletin in the new year
3
Bulletin of the atomic scientists
World picture as Truman sees it
4
Harry S. Truman; 1884-1972, Nuclear research, Communism, International security
H-bomb story
6
Hydrogen bombs (Testing)
Inside story of our first hydrogen bomb
7
Hydrogen bombs
Statement on U.S. visa and passport restriction
20
American Physical Society
Professor and his public
23
College teachers, Colleges and universities (Public relations)
Conelrad
26
Civil defense (Communications systems)
Civil defense vs. public apathy
27
Civil defense
Atomic power
29
Nuclear energy (Economic aspects)

Atomic taboos
7
Robert R. Wilson; 1914-2000
Ten years of the atomic age
8
Nuclear reactors, Nuclear research
Birth of atomic power
10
Nuclear reactors, Nuclear research
Exchange of scientific information with the Soviet Union
13
Censorship, Exchanges, Literary and scientific, Periodicals (Soviet Union), Science (Periodicals), Freedom of science
Some thoughts on loyalty
16
Loyalty
Whom we shall welcome
17
Immigration and emigration, Passports
Recommendations on visas and immigration
20
American Academy of Arts and Sciences
Loyalty
29
United States Supreme Court (Decisions), Loyalty oaths
Manpower: selective policy
30
Draft
National science foundation
30
Paul Ernest Klopsteg; 1889-1991, National Science Foundation (U.S.)
Dr May released
30
Allan Nunn MAY
Rosenberg case
30
Rosenberg (Julius and Ethel) case
Chaim Weizmann
31
Chaim Weizmann; 1874-1952

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